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Online Safety at Willingdon


Our Digital Leaders...........

Digital Leaders pic 2022

Olivia: I feel that I've made a good contribution to being a Digital Leader. 

Thomas: I am proud of being a Digital Leader and contributing to the top tips on the summer safety poster.

Luke: I am proud of being a Digital Leader because I helped create the staying safe poster. 

Matilda: I am proud of myself because I have accomplished being a Digital Leader and helping other people. 

Olivia: I like being a Digital Leader because you can help keep people safe online. 

Charlie: I am proud of the staying safe summer poster. I helped make it for the children at Willingdon. 

Amelie: I am proud of being a Digital Leader because it has helped me become confident and happy.



Using the Internet Safely

As part of our ongoing commitment to teaching the children how to safely use and play on the Internet, we thought we would share these useful resources. Below are some helpful guides provided by East Sussex County Council and other organisations to help parents and guardians keep their children safe whilst using the Internet. This includes information on Cyberbullying. 


You might also like to explore the very useful, age-specific information on Ceop’s ‘Think You Know’ website: www.thinkuknow.co.uk


Information on Share Aware, Help your child stay safe on social networks, apps and games. `www.nspcc.org.uk' website:



Online Safety Assembly


Pupils have made different presentations for  Online Safety assemblies to highlight how to stay safe online.

Online Safety Posters

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